Categories of membership with ASSA are dependent on the individual’s interest in and impact on the actuarial profession, access to activities and events offered, and receipt of relevant communication. All membership applications are reviewed through the ASSA Council and Admissions governance process for approval.
N.B: Education transactions toward obtaining an ASSA designation require admission as an ASSA student member.
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Non-subscription paying member types
This membership type is exclusively dedicated to new guests who are interested in registering with us for the first time to attend an event. Current, past, or non-members who have transacted with ASSA before are to use their ASSA-confirmed log in detail.
The Interest Group is specifically for high school learners, educators, and non-actuarial tertiary students with an interest in understanding and pursuing studies in actuarial science. Relevant communication and access to specific informative events are made available to these individuals.
Individuals who are interested in transacting with ASSA for a specific event, activity or role that allows for non-members of ASSA to participate. Where relevant, payment will be expected upfront and via credit card only.
Subscription-paying member types
Individuals with membership from other industry-specific professional bodies to access ASSA membership transactions such as CPD events, relevant communication, and participation at member rates. A recommendation from a FASSA is required to support this application.
Individuals who are designated Fellows from a mutually recognised member organisation and wish to be recognised and engage with the South African industry. Individuals may access all events, receive all communication and enjoy member rates when participating and transacting with ASSA.
Individuals who are journeying towards their professional actuarial designations must first apply for ASSA student membership to access exams, process exemptions and to progress their actuarial career. Specific requirements must be met and the application must be fully completed.